what does yellow gold really do??

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    what does yellow gold really do??


    i know youre supposed to load on carbs with it, but what if i wanted to take it without the carb loading, for say restoring insulin sensitivity like banaba or ALA? would it be beneficial? and through what pathways. much appreciated

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    What is banaba?
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    standardized ayurvedic. corosolic acid is the active. but this is all beside the point and i actually found what i was looking for. incase yall are curious berberine alkaloids dosed at roughly 1g/day lowered fasting glucose and postprandial glucose. FBG was lowered by 23-27% i believe it was. thats incredible!

    anyways thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by casey2 View Post
    standardized ayurvedic. corosolic acid is the active. but this is all beside the point and i actually found what i was looking for. incase yall are curious berberine alkaloids dosed at roughly 1g/day lowered fasting glucose and postprandial glucose. FBG was lowered by 23-27% i believe it was. thats incredible!

    anyways thanks

    fasting glucose? You mean glucose levels drop while going hypocaloric?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CryingEmo View Post
    fasting glucose? You mean glucose levels drop while going hypocaloric?
    what? no not by any means. im sorry if i didnt make that clear. the alkaloids from the berberine lowered fasting blood glucose (average of 208.8-119mg/dl) and postprandial glucose levels from 126-100mg/dl with no changes in diet. it also had a very significant drop in LDL and Triglycerides. there was also (obviously) a drop in FFM.

    and we all know insulin is a very anabolic hormone so the more sensitive one is to its effects then the less fat added and the greater nutrient partitioning/myotrophic effects when used at the right times. pretty cool stuff.

    oh and so yall know the banaba (Lagerstroemia Speciosa) extract (corosolic acid) is found in P-slin. which is also used for type II diabetes for restoring insulin sensitivity and normalizing fasting blood glucose. thing is, like i said it is usually standardized for only 1% corosolic acid, max. ive seen is 3%. but apparently (and i cant for the life of me remember where i read the exact numbers) the extract in P-slin is a super potent extract which is something like 12x stronger. so from such a potent extract in itself (1%/serving for diabetes II) you can see the potency of P-slin
  

  
 

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